User: Furor

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relating variables to OTUs
... Hello all, I don't know if this is the exact purpose of this forum, but perhaps you could redirect me. I have an OTU x sample table and a sample x environmental variables table. I'm looking for ways to see which OTUs (or taxa) are significantly linked to environmental variables. Taking this a ste ...
R next-gen otu statistics written 5.1 years ago by Furor40 • updated 5.1 years ago by J0626201650
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Comment: C: Automating Paired End mating
... Thanks. Needs some preparation, but does the job very well! Thanks ...
written 5.4 years ago by Furor40
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Automating Paired End mating
... Hi all, I know there have been multiple questions about demultiplexed FASTQ files for Illumina paired end reads, but as far as I've seen, none seems to deal specifically with the following issue: I have nearly 300 samples of which the forward and reverse reads should be mated, and I then should cre ...
assembly automation paired end illumina written 5.5 years ago by Furor40 • updated 12 days ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Comment: C: Forward And Reverse: No 100% Match
... anybody? How do you process/analyse forward and reverse sequences? ...
written 8.6 years ago by Furor40
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Forward And Reverse: No 100% Match
... Dear all, I have 454 data (16S V1-V3 regions) in which there seems to be a non-100% match between the forward and reverse sequences. In general, I can say that we retrieve more reverse sequences, and that the reverse sequences show some species we do not obtain with the forward sequences (and vice ...
written 8.7 years ago by Furor40
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Analyzing Microbial Community Pyrosequence Data
... Dear all, this might be (is!) very much a n00b question, and I hope you forgive me on this one ;) To set the context, I'm a biologist, specialised in (terrestrial) ecology with main interests in dispersal and population dynamics. However, I recently started at a microbiology lab to do research on ...
metagenomics written 9.0 years ago by Furor40 • updated 9.0 years ago by Larry_Parnell16k
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Comment: C: Spiked Reads?
... Thanks! Things seem so obvious once clarified. Thanks for not taking this too trivial. Kind regards ...
written 9.0 years ago by Furor40
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Comment: C: Spiked Reads?
... Well, next to the obvious 'physical" meaning of spikes, adding alcohol to one's drink was the other explanation ;), and in fact, is quite close to the answer! regards ...
written 9.0 years ago by Furor40
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Spiked Reads?
... Dear all, as a non-native English speaker, I was wondering what 'spiked' refers to in 'identifying spiked reads'. The context is chimeric sequences created with pyrosequencing. Do I interpret this as outliers, ambiguous/tricky to annotate, or something else? Thanks in advance! ...
read written 9.0 years ago by Furor40 • updated 9.0 years ago by seidel7.1k

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